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craig helped pass an nra bill protecting gun companies from liabilities if their products were used in a crime. since then the nra has received as much as $38 million from gun makers including beretta usa and block. and today larry craig is now a member of the board of the national rifle association. no word on if he has his own restroom in virginia just across the river from washington d.c. >> he is ceo of murphysboro based manufacturing that making a sniper rifle that has a range of a mile and can pierce armor. he gets richer and richer from killi killings in his state. even the bof nor governor of ca thought his product does not belong in a villain hands. pete brownell is the born rich grandson of the founder of the company that is now one of the largest suppliers of firearm parts and accessories. the company has been awarded the ring of freedom. still, murder profit tear has claimed that he has no financial interest in the positions of the nra. since 2005, people associated with the company have donated as much as $5 million to the nra. on the board as mepgsed last night is the
surprised te'o's fellow students at notre dame. they're demanding an explanation. craig wallace live at notre dame in south bend, indiana. craig, what are the students saying tonight? >> boy, they are saying they really want to hear from manti te'o and want to know what really happened here. this is' so much speculation on this campus as well as across the country, greta. people just don't know what to believe. some are cynical saying he had to know and others saying, he's such a good kid, he just got duped. they just don't know what to believe. some say they're having a hard time wrapping their mind around what really happened and how did this whole hoax could have gone on. >> notre dame their official statement, said he they got the information the day after christmas and found out about the hoax, but they seemed to be behind him and believe his version of the events. >> yeah, you know, he found out on the 6th when he got that phone call from the voice of the woman that he thought was his girlfriend, saying i'm not dead. and then it was a couple of weeks until he actually told othe
of applications. washington post technology reporter that has been covering this angle of the story. craig, good afternoon. these batteries are used in cell phones, model aircraft, automobiles. they are lighter, more powerful, easier to recharge. but it is not as if we have not known that they are prone to precisely the kinds of malfunctions that we seering on the 787s, is it? >> that's right. these things are -- they are literally everywhere in our lives. they make $4 billion lithium ion cells every year now and so, you know, i think the surprising thing is that we have a major aircraft that had a malfunction but all sort of low level malfunctions have been happening for years. it just hasn't reached the critical mass. >> is there something intrinsic to the science of lithium ion batteries that make them more prone to these kinds of catastrophic failures? >> absolutely. they are very small and very powerful. even the big batteries are a bunch of small batteries put together. if you get damage or defect, they put up a lot of energy quickly. >> is it smart to use them in something as complex and
said, lance, yes or no. did she ask about craig nichols? did she ask about stephanie or kevin livingston. did she know to ask about this? did she ask him on what role he had with greg lemond's bikecle. >> he didn't want to sit down with david walsh, you know, and answer, you know, a lifetime of david walsh's questions about the doping. clearly he wanted, you know, a venue where he felt comfortable and he had been on oprah before, as has been pointed out. there's still more of this interview i want to show and we want to talk about. we have a quick break. another breaking story, the death of an american in algeria. we have details and that's coming up. we'll be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen.
they can't take away from him is his cancer survivorship. >> and for craig staley, a long-time friend, that's what he is he holding on to. armstrong is one of the owners. staley and armstrong have known each other since they were teenagers. >> have you lost faith in him? >> there's still a lot of things that he's done and accomplished outside of the seven tours of france. a lot of people are abandoning him really quickly and i think that -- i think that was in some ways a rush to judgment. because i've known the guy a long time and story's not over and he's not finished. >> reporter: but many of lance armstrong's biggest enemies in the cycling world, and there are many, now must feel that they are looking down on the mountain top on him. >> the anti-doping agency says simply sitting down with an interview would not lift the lifetime ban that he faceses because of the report that came back out in october but they said that he will have to sit down under oath and help investigators understand how all of this happened in the cycling industry but a source close to the situation, aware of what's
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